James Franco got a Golden Globe Award on Sunday, validating what Leftists regard as a career in which he’s been a bankable leading man, Ivy League academic and eccentric auteur.
The women he had abused however, knew the whole story.
As he stood on the ballroom stage, some were paying more attention to the Time’s Up pin on his lapel than the gold statue he picked up for his turn in “The Disaster Artist.”
It “was like a slap in my face,” said Sarah Tither-Kaplan, a former acting student at the film school Franco founded who went on to appear in several of his productions.
Tither-Kaplan is one of five women who, in interviews with the Los Angeles Times, accused Franco, 39, of behavior they found to be inappropriate or sexually exploitative. Four were his students, and another said he was her mentor.
Two other student actresses also recounted negative on-set experiences. Both said Franco became angry when they would not do what they were told.
Another phony Hollywood sex criminal.